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Remember the Titans

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[Woman]In Virginia,
high school football|is a way oflife.
It's bigger|than Christmas day.
My daddy|coached in Alexandria.
He worked so hard,|my mama left him,
but I stayed with Coach.
He needed me on that fiield.
Up until 1971|in Alexandria,
there was no race mixing.
Then the school board|forced us to integrate.
They combined the white school|andtheblack school into one
called|T. C. Williams High School.
Murderer! Murderer!
[Sheryl] That summer|a black teenager was killed
bya whitestore owner,
and the city was|on the verge of exploding.
[Buddy Miles]!! Well, mymind|is goin'through some changes!!
You've caused|enough damage!
- This is my store!|- Back off.
Come on, Kurt, don't let Ray|backyou down like that!
You're twice his size!
Aargh!|What are they doing?
Ifthey keep playing like that,|we'll lose every game!
I didn't think|that was so bad.
!!She had to run!!
[Whistle Blows]
Looks good, Gerry.|I can see you been working.
Thanks.|Thanks a lot, Coach.
Listen, with the schools|integrating and all,
some ofthe guys are|worried about losing
their starting|positions.
Well, that's something we're|just gonna have to figure out,
butyou don't worry|about that now.
Youjust keep at it.|All right?
Yes, Coach.
[Man]Hey, guys!Guys!
It's comin'down!
It's comin' down|at the store!
They want to burn|the place up
'cause that colored kid|got shot.
Come on, man,|let's go.
Hey. Hey!
[Train Whistle Blows]
Youjust get Sheryl|to the school now, Herb.
[Tires Squeal]
Get in the truck.
Gerry, Alan, Ray,
if you ever want|to play for me again,
get in the truck now.
You boys are gonna cool off,|come with me to my office,
help me fi nish|packing my things.
Gerry, son, your heart's|in the right place,
butyou ought|to know better
than to embarrass|the coach like that.
Hell, why don't you just|kick them all off the team?
I don't want to play with|any of those black animals.
[Bertier]I see him.
Who areyou?
I'm Herman Boone. I'm|the new assistant coach.
[Tyrell] Well, from|the looks ofthings,
I'dsay we got all thehelp|we need around here.
Why ain't you outside there
with all your|little friends, hollerin'?
This was the time that|was arranged for me
to meet with|Coach Yoast.
I never miss|an appointment.
Well, maybe you just|better reschedule.
Coach Boone, the school|board made the decision
to put you on my staff.|I did not hireyou.
Well, I came up here|to coach at G.W.
I didn't ask the schools|to redistrict.
I didn't ask to be|assigned toyour staff,
so I guess we're both|in a situation
we don't want to be in.
But I can guarantee|you this, Coach,
I come to win.
Win?Coach Yoast|here has been nominated
to the Virginia|High SchoolHall of Fame.
15 winning seasons.
I won a couple of titles|down in North Carolina.
That's double ''A'' ball.
This here's Virginia.|We play triple ''A.''
What an opportunity|for me then...
to learn...|from the best.
[Marvin Gaye]!! Ooh, Ibet|you're wonderin'how Iknew!!
[Man] Are those|people the movers?
[Woman] No. Looks like|they're moving in here.
[Woman] How many|ofthem are there?
[Man]|It only takes one.
Then we're gonna be|overrun by 'em.
[Girl]Mommy, where areyou|taking my teddybear?
That. Come on, y'all.|Ohh. [Laughs]
Where is everybody?
Nicky, yes.
[Man]Look there, here|comes some more of'em.
[Woman] That's Dr. Day, that|Negro from the schoolboard.
What's he doing here?
The school board has decided|that Negro Herman Boone
is gonna be|the head coach at T.C.
It's not fair!|My daddy's head coach!
This is gonna be|his Hall of Fame year!
No one|is trying to takeaway
your daddy's future|place in the hall.
You can't just walk in here|and take my daddy's job away!
That is enough, Sheryl.|That's enough.
it's all right, Bill.|I feel the same way.
It's those agitators|and race-mixers
I feel like|taking as watat.
Troublemakers in|the Berg are ready
toputa torch|to the city.
toputa torch|to the city.
You want us to burn up|like Watts?
Every head coach in|the system is white.
We had to give them|something.
It's the world we live in,|God help us all.
I left North Carolina|because I was passed over
for ajob that I had|rightfully earned.
Gave it to a white coach|down there
couldn't even tie up|his own football cleats.
Now you are asking me
to do thesame thing|to this man?
I can't do that.
Folks in Carolina say|you marched with Dr. King.
Say you stood toe-to-toe|with the Klan.
Said you're a race man.
That's right.|I'm also a family man.
Coach Boone, black folks|have never had
anything in this city|to call their own
except humiliation|and despair.
Dr. Day, excuse me.
Herman, I think you'd|better look outside.
[Applause And Cheering]
So, you see,|we need you, Coach Boone.
Come on,|meet the people.
Coach Boone,|I'm Charles Campbell.
This here is|my boy Julius.
He can be the fi nest|defensive end
in the whole state|if you push him to it.
I've heard a lot|about you.
You're like an answer|to our prayers.
Now, wait a minute. I'm not|an answer to your prayers.
I'm not a savior|orJesus Christ,
Martin Luther King,|or the Easter bunny.
I'm a football coach,|that's all.
Just a football coach.
You're our coach.
You're our coach!
Coach Boone!
[Crowd Chanting]|Boone!Boone!Boone!
[Knock On Door]
What doyou want?
Is Coach Yoast here?
We're busy...
interviewing|for head coaching jobs.
Gotten 1 1 offers and|certainly no time for you.
Well, come on in.|I've got an office out back.
[Boone]Look, Ican't|even spell diplomacy,
and I'm sorry about|the way things went down,
but makeno mistake,|I am qualifiied
to be this school's|head coach.
Sure. You've been in,|what,
4 or 5 programs|in the past 1 0 years?
[Boone] With 4 or5|championships.
[Yoast]|This isn't about me.
I'm worried about my boys.
Well, I ain't gonna|cook 'em and eat 'em.
The best playerwill play.|Color won't matter.
From the looks of our|little situation we got here,
I'd say it's about|all that does.
Yeah, you're right.
We're in|a tough spot, Coach,
you, me, the whole city.
I think it would go a long|way to smooth things over
ifyou would stay,|work on the staff,
be a defensive coordinator,|assistant head coach.
Work underyou?
If that's the way|you see it.
Good night, Coach.
It's been|a rare privilege
t ohave lived here|as long as I have
coaching your boys.
I'll be taking|theyear off...
afterwhich|I'll be moving to Loudon
and taking the head coaching|job at Loudon High.
- I say boycott T.C. Williams!|- Tell 'em, Fred!
Our boys aren't playing|for some ''Coach Coon!''
Coach,|he stole your job.
I'm not playing for him.
I started a petition, and I'm|sitting this season out.
Only place|you're going tosit
is back in that chair,|Gerry.
I appreciate it, though.
Boycott T. C.!|Boycott theschool!
Stop this, Fred.|You know none ofthese boys
can afford to go|to some other district
just to play ball.
They sit this one out,
they put their futures|on the line.
Coach, I'm out, too.
I'm not playing|for no thief.
Don't do this.
Don't make this any harder|for me than it already is.
Coach, ifyou go, I go.
[Man #1]I only play|for you, Coach Yoast.
[Man #2]Don'tgo, Coach.|You can'tleave us.
Coach Yoast!|Coach Yoast! Coach Yoast!
We'll be all right,|Coach.
I've coached|most ofthese boys
since they|were your age.
I've seen them grow up|in front of my eyes,
almost like|they were my own kids.
This is a heck ofa time|to be abandoning them
to look out for|themselves, ain't it?
So...what areyou|gonna do?
We gonna play|someball, y'all!
Black inside, black inside,|black inside.
Unh, unh, unh, unh!
Yo, Petey,|how manyyards you fiigure
you gonna get|this season, bro?
You know, I ain't one|to brag, big Blue,
but I figure on|at least a thousand.
ButIain't|one tobrag.
Didn't I tell you|all them white boys
weren't gonna play|for no brother?
Well, who needs 'em, baby?
From now on the Titans gonna be|powered by soul power, bro.
! He said soul power!
[Person Blows Whistle]
Shut up.
Putyour hand down.
You're smiling.
Yes, sir.|Why areyou smiling?
'Cause I love football.|Football's fun.
Fun, sir. It's fun?
- Yes.|- You sure?
I think--
Nowyou're thinkin'.
Firstyou smile,|then you thinkin'.
You think football|is still fun?
Uh, yes.
- Yes--no, sir.|- No?
It was fun.
Not anymore, though,|is it?
Not right now.
It's not fun anymore.|Not even a little bit.
Make upyour mind.|Think sinceyou're thinking.
Go on, think.|Is it fun?
- No, sir.|- No?
Absolutely not?
Zero fun, sir.
All right, listen up.|I'm Coach Boone.
I'm gonna tell you all|about how much ''fun''
you're gonna have|this season.
We leave for camp,|Gettysburg College,
August 1 5th, 7:29 A.M.
Ifyoureportat 7::30,
you will not be playing|football this season,
you will be watching.
You will wear|ajacket, shirt, and tie.
Ifyou don't have one,|buy one.
Can't afford one,|borrow one from your old man.
Ifyou don't|have an old man,
then fi nd a drunk,|trade him for his.
'Cause I guaranteeyou|there isn't a bum on the street
thatlooks as raggedy|andridiculous
as whatI'm looking at|rightnow.
This is no democracy.
It is a dictatorship.
I am the law.
Ifyou survive camp,|you will be on the team.
Ifyou survive.
Check 'em in, Coach.
Checkin' 'em in.
I'm Coach Hinds,|your offensive line coach.
Yell outyour name and position|starting from the right.
PeteyJones,|running back.
The running back, y'all.
[Man]|Whatever, Petey.
Getoutta here!
Yeah, yeah, yeah.|Jerry Harris, quarterback.
Hallelujah!|Hallelujah, Rev!
It'sjust|a nickname.
Andwhoin the name|of heaven might yoube?
Louie Lastik,|offensive lineman.
Naval family,just moved|here from Bayonne.
Someone said football,|so I come runnin'.
What's goin' on,|everybody?
With him calling the shots,|ain't none ofus
gonna see nothin'|but the bench this year.
He ain't calling|the shots. You'll play.
[Boone]|You have just disrupted
my fi rst team meeting
in an unacceptable|fashion.
This is my team now.
Eitheryou're with that|oryou're not.
I'm here, ain't I?|Let's talk football.
Let's talk football.
I run the defense--
As a part of|my team strategy.
Now, I have never seen|an assistant coach's name
in the news paper|for losing a game.
I want ajob|for Coach Tyrell.
He's been with me|for 1 0 years.
I won't leave him|out in the cold.
You don't get me|without him.
You're over cooking|my grits, Coach.
All right. I will|allow Coach Tyrell
to coach|the special team,
but I will have|my eye on him.
And you.
Good morning, good morning,|Coaches, how areyou?
Good morning|toyou.
Looks good today,|doesn't it?
Just wanted to letyou know|what the offense is doing.
Awful skinny playbook,|ain't it?
I run 6 plays, split veer.|It's like novocaine.
Just give it time,|always works.
Seeyou on the bus.
Be patient, Bill.|Your time will come.
Herman, here we go.
Here we go.
How can I help|you boys?
I'm Gerry Bertier,
the only all-American|you got on this team.
You want any ofus|to play foryou,
you reserve half|the open positions
for Hammond players,
halfthe offense,|half the special teams.
We don't need any of|your people on defense.
We're already set.
Uh-huh. Don't need|none ofmy people?
What did you say|your name was,Jerry?
No, you must have said|Jerry, like Lewis,
which would makeyou|Dean Martin, right?
Ladies and gentlemen,|I got an announcement to make.
We gotJerry Lewis|and Dean Martin
going to camp with us|here thisyear.
Jerry tells thejokes,
Dean sings the songs|and gets the girl.
Let's give them|a round ofapplause.
Where's your folks,|Gerry?
Your parents,|are they here?
Where are they?
That's mymother.
Very nice.|How areyou?
Take a good look at her.
'Cause once|you get on that bus,
you ain't got no mama|no more.
You gotyour brothers|on the team,
and you gotyour daddy.
Now, you know who|your daddy is, don'tyou?
Gerry, ifyou want to play|on this football team,
you answer me when I askyou|who is your daddy.
Who's your daddy, Gerry?
Who's your daddy?
Uh-huh. And whose team|is this?
Is thisyour team,|oris thisyour daddy's team?
Mm-hmm. Get on the bus.
Putyourjacket on fi rst|and get on the bus.
Uh, Dean?
Fix that tie, son.
All right, listen up,|I want everybody off the bus.
Let's go. Follow me. Everybody.|Let's go right now.
[Boy] Why we got|togetoffthebus?
[Boy] Whatare|they doing, man?
All right,|everybody, off the bus.
Listen up, I don't care
ifyou're black, green,|blue, white, or orange,
I want all ofmy defensive|players on this side,
all players going out|for offense over here.
Right now.
Let's move! Let's move!|Let's move! Let's move!
You and you, offensive bus.|Sit together.
You and you, defensive bus.|Sit together.
Get comfortable, too,
because the person that|I haveyou sitting next to
is the same one|you'll be rooming with
for the duration|ofthis camp.
! 'Cause, baby!
!There ain't|no mountain high enough !
!Ain't no valley|low enough !
Blue, shut up.
I don't want to see|your smilin' and shuff in',
and hear all your minstrel|show singing on this bus.
You, too.
Got that right.
You can shut up, too.
!!!![Rock Guitar]
!! When Idie|andtheylayme torest!!
That's my bed.
!! Gonnago to theplace|that's thebest!!
!! When Ilayme|down to die!!
And that's his bed.
!! Up to thespirit|in thesky!!
!! Goin'up to thespirit|in thesky!!
I ain't lookin' at that|for 2 weeks, man.
Take it down.
!! When Idie!!
You can closeyour eyes|for 2 weeks, all I care.
Why don'tyou look atyourwall|and I'll look at mine?
I'll look|wherever I want to,
and I don't want to be|looking at that for 2 weeks.
Then you better useyour|X-rayvision, Superman,
and look right through it,|'cause it ain't comin' down.
Come on! Come on!
Get off me!|Get off me!
Get him off.
Get off me!
Bunch oftough guys, huh?
You look like a bunch|offifth-grade sissies
aftera catfiight.
You got anger. That's good.
You're gonnaneedit, son.
You got aggression.|That's even better.
You're gonna|needthat, too,
butany2-year-oldchild|can throwa fiit.
Footballis about|controlling thatanger.
Harnessing that aggression|into a team effort
Some coaches,|they cutaplayer
ifthey think|he's not up to snuff.
When they think|he's hurting the team.
This is|a public school program.
I will never, ever|cut a player
who comes out|to play for me,
but when you put|that uniform on,
that Titan uniform,|you better come to work.
We will be perfect...
in every aspect ofthe game.
Youdrop apass,|yourun amile.
Youmiss ablocking assignment,|yourun amile.
Youfumble the football,
andI willbreakmy footoff|inyourJohn Brown hindparts...
and then you will run a mile.
Let's go to work.
[Boone]Move!|Move those feet!
Get up, boy! Get up! Get up!
Get up! Get up! Get up!
[Coach Blows Whistle]
[Yoast] Keep those heads up!
Keep those feet moving!
[Boone]Everything|we gonna do is changing.
We are change.
We're gonna change|the waywe run.
We're gonna change|the waywe eat.
We're gonna change|the waywe block.
We're gonna change|the waywe tackle.
We're gonna change|the waywe win.
[Yoast]Defenseis desire!
Fire anddesire.
Defense! Come on!
[Coach Blows Whistle]
Get up. Get outta here.|Go run. Go.
[Yoast]Keep thoselegs movin'!|Keep thoselegs apart!
Keep movin: keep movin'.
Keep thatball withyou till|yougetoutta thebriarpatch.
Show me, son! Show me, 'Bama!
Show me, 'Bama!
Jump on that ball carrier|like a starving man
on a Christmas ham.
[Player]|Fumble! Fumble!
[Boone]|Whatis wrong withyou?
Whyareyoufumbling|my football?
My blockers were bad.
Your blockers|ain't got nothin'
to do with you|holding the ball!
Did your blockers|fumble the football,
or did you fumble|the football?
I did, sir.
All right. How many|feet are in a mile?
How many feet|are in a mile?
5,280 feet!
You pick this ball up,|you run every one ofthem!
You're killing me, Petey!|You're killing me!
Whatyou doing, man?
Eating lunch.
I seeyou eating lunch.
But whyyou|eating over here?
Why don'tyou go on over there|and eat with your people?
Man, I don't have|any people.
I'm with everybody,|Julius.
Yeah, and I'm|a dark-skinned cracker.
Come on,Julius, he's|just another blessed child
in God's loving family.
[Blue Humming]
Come on, Blue, let me--
[Humming ''Amazing Grace'']
[Rev]Lord, we come|beforeyou today...
andaskyou tosoften|bigJulius Campbell's heart.
Look at that traitor.
And Rev?|He better be praying
I block for|his black behind.
Yeah, but, Ray,|ifyou don't block
you're not gonna start.
I'll start.
I'll just bide|my time.
I got some plays we won|the city title with lastyear.
Got some trick plays,|some stuff that might
fi re up the boys'|imaginations a little bit.
Trick plays?
I think unless theboys|starthaving alittle fun
they're not gonna put points|up on that board foryou.
You worry|aboutyour defense.
Let me worry about|the offense.
All right.
I wantyou to|tell me something
about one ofyour|black teammates.
Sir, yes, sir!
I'm rooming with Blue, sir,
and I noticed he wears those|leopard-spotted underwears,
bikini-style, sir!
OK, maybe somebody|who's notyour roommate.
Sir, I eat lunch with Rev.
That'sJerry Harris, sir!
People callhim Rev|'causehe's alwayspraying,
and he won't abide|a foul tongue, sir!
And what is the Rev gonna|do after high school?
I don't know.
Go to college|and all that, I guess.
What aboutyou?|You gonna go to college?
Oh, not me, Coach.
I ain't a brainiac|like Rev.
Thinkyou got a future|in football?
Heck, no. I just figure|ifI got to be in school
I might as well hit some|people while I'm at it.
All right, I like that.
A self-aware man,|I like that.
But ifyou don't|go to college,
it's not gonna be because|you're not qualified,
so I wantyou to bring me|your test scores
at the end ofeveryweek, and|we'll go over them together, OK?
We'll keep that|between you and me.
So, what kind ofmusic|does the Rev like?
Me andRevboth|dig on The Temptations.
Oh, yeah?
! I knowyou want|to leave me !
! But I refuse|to letyou go !
!!IfIgot topray!!
! I don't mind !
! 'Causeyou mean|that much to me !
!Ain't too proud|to beg !
OK, all right.|Stop begging.
Anybody else?
No volunteers?
No, huh?
Each one ofyou|will spend time every day
with a teammate of|a different race.
You willlearn|abouthim andhis family,
his likes, his dislikes.
You will report back to me
until you meet every one|ofyour teammates.
Until that time,|we go to 3-a-day practices.
Youcontinue|toignore each other,
we'llgo|to 4-a-daypractices.
Now, is there any part ofthis|you don't understand?
Let's see.|What's your daddy's name?
I mean, you do have|a daddy right?
I have a father,|and his name is Eric.
And what's he do?
Wait, he does have|ajob, right?
!!!![Country On Stereo]|!! They're gonna|putmein themovies!!
Huh? Yes! This one.
I don't even have|to ask, but I will.
What doyou think|ofthis one?
Does the term ''cruel|and unusual punishment''
mean anything toyou?
[Coach Blowing Whistle]
2 minutes to go|in the game.
The other team is out there,|they're tired.
Fourth quarter.|Fourth quarter.
Fourth quarter.
Nobody from my family|everwent to no college.
I'll tutoryou,|Louie.
I'm white trash!
I ain't gonna get|no C-plus grades!
I'm just down-home, no-good,
never-goin'-to-no-college|white trash, man!
Would you hurry up|and get off the phone?
I got to call|my girl, too, man!
Say it right now.
Oh, oh, don't|do this rightnow.
Hey, man, what is this,|WildKingdom?
Shut up, y'all!
Mating habits of|the mountain gorillas?
Gerry, you say it, or I'm|not hanging up the phone.
I loveyou, sugar.
Ha ha ha!|''I loveyou, sugar!''
[Player#1]Let's go!
[Player#2] Watch it!|Watch it!
[Yoast] Gethim!|Gethim!Gethim!
[Bertier]|Whatarey'all doing?
44 stack! You're supposed|to knowyourjobs!
Campbell, you're playing|selfish, show-off football.
Holdyourman down.
Don'tyou single me out|like that.
What, you think|I'm stupid or something?
Listen,|I'm the team captain,
and I don't need you|up in my face--
[Boone Blows Whistle]
[Blue] We're here to|play football, y'all.
Let'splay football.
[Sighs] Doc?
I got it.
Y'all didn't come|out here to practice!
'Cause champions|pay the price!
Lookin' like a bunch|ofbums out here!
[Boone] Who's a coward?|Cowards won'tblock.
Cowards won't tackle.
Cowards won't|go after fumbles.
[Blue] Coach,|we needa waterbreak.
We been outhere all day.
[Coach Blows Whistle]
What did you say?
I said we need|a water break.
You need a water break.
Water is for cowards.|Water makes you weak.
Water is forwashing|blood off that uniform,
and you don't get|no blood on my uniform.
Boy, you must be|outsideyour mind!
We are going to do up-downs
until Blue is no longer|tired and thirsty.
[Blows Whistle]
[Yoast] Coach!
[Blows Whistle]
There's a fi ne line|between tough and crazy,
and you're firting|with it.
[Blows Whistle]
[Blows Twice]
[Boone]Allright,|getsome water.
[Panting]|I'll take that.
Hey, wait|your turn, boy.
Whoyou calling|a boy, cracker?
Quit it,jerks!
Come on! You're all acting|like a bunch ofsissies!
[Sheryl] Quitit!
[Players Shouting]
All right, man, listen.|I'm Gerry, you'reJulius.
Let's get some particulars
andjust get this|overwith, all right?
- Particulars?|- Yeah.
No matterwhat I tell you,
you ain't never gonna know|nothing about me.
Listen, I ain't runnin'|any more ofthese 3-a-days.
What I got to say,|you really don't want to hear
'cause honesty ain't too high|on your people's priority list.
Honesty?|You want honesty?
All right, honestly,|I thinkyou're nothing.
Nothing|butapure waste
ofGod-given talent.
You don't listen|to nobody, man.
Not even Doc or Boone!
Shiver push on the line|every time, man.
You blow right past 'em!
Push 'em!|Pull 'em!Dosomething!
You can't run over|everybody in this league,
and every timeyou do, you|leave one ofyour teammates
hanging out to dry--|me in particular!
Why should I give a hoot|aboutyou, huh?
Or anybody else out there?
You want to talk about a waste,|you the captain?
- Captain's supposed to be|the leader, right?|-Right.
You got ajob? You|been doing yourjob?
I've been doing myjob.
Then why don'tyou tell|yourwhite buddies
to block for Rev better?|'Cause they have not blocked
for him worth a plugged nickel,|and you know it!
I'm supposed to wear|myselfout for the team?
What team?!
No. No, what|I'm gonna do is,
I'm gonna look out|for myself,
and I'm gonna get mine.
See, man?
That's the worst attitude|I ever heard.
Attitude refects|leadership, Captain.
[Horn Blows]
[Boone]Let's go, let's go,|let's go, let's go!
Wake up, gentlemen,|it's late.
It's 3A.M. In themorning.
Allright, listen up.
You will followDoc, myself,|andthe othercoaches,
we're gonna take a little|run through the woods.
Ifyou get lost|along the way,
don't bother|coming back to camp.
Just hitchhike|your hindparts on home.
Any questions?
Coach, this is a high|school football team.
We're not in|the marines here.
Let's go.
[Yoast] Let's go.
!! Tellme,|where haveyoubeen!!
!! Where haveyoubeen!!
!!My darlin'young one?!!
!!I've stumbled|up on theside!!
!! Of12mistymountains!!
!!I've walked|andI've crawled!!
!! Over6brokenhighways!!
!!Butit's hard!!
!!It's hard!!
Oh, no, no.|Shoot!
Come on, baby.|Can't take no rest.
!! Oh, it's hard, girl!!
!!It's ahardrain!!
[All Panting]
!!A-gonna fall!!
[Boone]Anybodyknow|what thisplaceis?
This is Gettysburg.
This is where they fought|the Battle ofGettysburg.
50,000 men died right here|on this field,
fightin' the same fight
that we're still fightin'|amongst ourselves...
This green fiieldrighthere
Bubbling with theblood|ofyoung boys.
and hot lead pouring|right through their bodies.
Listen to their souls, men.
''I killedmybrother|with malicein myheart. ''
'' Hatred destroyed my family.''
and you take a lesson|from the dead.
Ifwe don't come together...
rightnow,|on this hallowedground...
then we, too,|will be destroyed.
Just like theywere.
I don't care ifyou|like each other or not,
butyou will|respecteach other,
I don't know,|maybe we'll...
learn to play this game|like men.
[Titans Shouting]
[Titan] Here we go!
[Boone Blows Whistle]
All right.
We'll be out here all night,|until we get this thing right.
Let's go.
[Titan]Let's go,|team, pick itup!
On the ball, Rev.
[Blue]|Come on, everybody.
Check blue!
There itis. Whoo!
[Rev]Let's go!Hut!
What was that, Ray?
Whatever it is,|it ain't blockin'!
Give me a break, Gerry.
You want a break?|I'll giveyou a break!
Wait a minute,|wait, wait.
Let them handle this.
Ifwe get to Rev once,|just one time,
Iswearto God,|I'm gonnahityousohard,
by the timeyoucome to,
ooh, boy, you're gonna|needanewhaircut.
You understand me? Uhh!
Ha ha ha ha!
[Bertier]|Let'splay, fellas!
[Blows Whistle]
On the ball.|Let's run it again.
[Titans Shouting]
[Blows Whistle]
Get off me!
Hoo hoo!
You all right,|big Petey?
You all right?
You really stuck him,|Campbell.
Yeah, I love me|a little contact, Petey!
This is left side!
- Strong side!|- Left side!
- Strong side!|-[Bertier]Leftside!
-Strongside!|- Leftside!
- Aah!|- Aah!
[Bertier]|What wins games?
[Titans Defense]|Defense!
- What wins games?|- Defense!
- What wins games?|- Defense!
!!I was once outstrolling!!
!! One veryhot|summer's day!!
!! When I thoughtI'd|laymyselfdown torest!!
[Bertier]Hey, fellas.
Look at that fruitcake.
[Titan WolfWhistles]
Gerry,just keep|your mouth shut
and get back|on that field.
Coach Boone,|I'm Colonel Bass.
I just got transferred here
from Huntington Beach,|California.
This is my son Ronnie,|and he's a quarterback.
Howyou doing, Ronnie?|This is Coach Yoast.
My pleasure.
We're pretty set at the,|uh, quarterback, Colonel,
but, uh,|ifthe boy's any good,
you maywant to check out|Wilson or Hamilton.
Well, I, uh,|I met Coach Taber.
[ColonelBass]He won'tlet|blacksplay onhis team.
The way Iseeit,
iftheseboys can|fiighta wartogether,
they canplay|football together.
Now, he's|aprettygoodrunner.
!!Spill the wine|andtake thatpearl!!
!!Spill the wine|andtake thatpearl!!
Yeah, a fruitcake, huh?
I thinkwe can fi nd|a place foryour boy.
With one or two conditions.
[Titans Chattering]
Hey, Sunshine.
[High-Pitched]|! Sunshine !
[Petey]Hey, man,|all thatrubbin'
ain't gonna make|them golden locks
grow back no faster now.|You know that, huh?
! Sunshine,|Sunshine, Sunshine !
Sunshine, huh?
Yeah.|Choke it up, huh?
That's cool.|I can dig it.
[Titans] Ooh!
Come on, now.
Don'tleave mehangin:|bro. Come on.
[Blue]Hey, hegot|alittle soulpower.
Look at this man here.
He called me ''bro''!
Hey, but, hey,
I liked him better|with the long hair, bro.
Reminded me|of Bertier's mama.
[Titans] Ohh!
What? What?
[Titan]Now, howdoyouknow|whatBertier's mamalooks like?
Brother, don'tyou know|me and Bertier's mama
went out on the town|last night, bro?
What areyou say--
Hold up, hold up.|Listen, now, Blue.
Why areyou talking about|Bertier's mama like that?
See, now, you|making me angry, man.
Look like I ain't gonna|be able to takeyour mama
to the prom no more.
[Blue] Whatyoulaughin'at,|Jerry Buck?
You need to tell your mama
to shave them old legs|ofhers, bro.
And,Julius,|when she's done,
and shave that old|nasty back ofhers.
[Man] Whoa, whoa, whoa,|wait, wait, wait.
[Blue] Youmadbecauseshe|lookin'likea wolfman woman.
Hey, hey. Lastik, man,|what happened toyou?
Man, I just gaveyour|mama a piggyback ride,
and she weighs twice|as much as I do.
That ain't funny.
That's--that's a mamajoke.
! Listen, baby!
!Ain't no mountain high !
!Ain't no valley low !
!Ain't no river|wide enough, baby!
! Ifyou need me,|call me !
! No matter|whereyou are !
! No matter|how far!
! No, no, darlin' !
!!I'llbe there|in ahurry!!
!You don't have|to worry!
! 'Cause, baby, there !
!!Ain'tnomountain|high enough!!
So,Julius, I was|thinking that we--
He's in the shower.
What doyou want, man?
You know what I want.
[Titans] Ohh!
Come on!
!!I toldyou!!
!! Youcouldalways|countonme!!
[Titans] Ooh! Ooh!
Hey, Bertier!
Get off. Get off.
[Bertier] Youhave noidea|whoyoumessedwith, man!
There's too much|male bonding
going on in here|for me.
I'm out. You dig?
What is going on here?
!!Ain'tnoriver wide enough!!
He kissed me, man!
!! To keep me fromgetting|toyou, babe!!
!! 'Causebaby there!!
!Ain't no mountain|high enough !
!!Ain'tno valleylowenough!!
!Ain't no river|wide enough !
!To keep me from gettin'|toyou, babe !
- Ronnie Bass.|- Yes, sir.
I like that haircut.|Get in there
and show me what|you got. Option left.
[Titan] Let's go, baby.|Rookie quarterback.
[Titan]|Side field, come on.
[Sunshine] Left! Left!
[Titans Shouting]
Set! Hut!
Hard step.
Read the tackle.
Got to see the pitch,|all right?
Now,|you can throw it a mile,
butyou|can't pitch it 3 yards.
Gotta see it.
Ifyou don't read it,|you weave 'em.
- Rev!|-[Rev] Yes, sir!
Show him how.
Yes, sir.
[ulius] You want|this milk, Bertier?
Yeah, I'll take it, man.
You can have it.
Hey, can you slide|a bit, Gerry?
Hey, Ray, this is|the defensive table.
!! To getbreadfrom dough!!
Hi, Petey.
What's up, man?
Hey, Sunshine.
It's not like I care|or nothin',
but bein' your roommate|and all, uh...
you wasjust messin'|with Bertier, right?
You--you wasjust messing|with his mind, right?
You're not really, uh...
What areyou|talking about, Petey?
Look, man, it don't|matter to me, you know?
I-if, you know, if...
I just got to know,|you know? Uh...
Ifit don't matter,|what's the big deal?
I got to know.
Know what?
You know what I got to know?|Don't mess with my mind!
Looks like Coach|been keeping Petey
out in the sun|for too long, bro.
Hey, sweetie.|Sit down.
[Yoast]Have my dessert.
[Sheryl] Coach Boone?
You did a goodjob|up here.
[Sheryl] Yourana tough|camp from whatIcansee.
Well, I'm very happy|to have the approval
ofa 5-year-old.
I'm 9 1 /2,|thankyou very much.
Why don'tyou|get this little girl
some pretty dolls|or something, Coach?
I tried.|She loves football.
[Boone] Whatareyou?!
[Titans] Mo-bile! A-gile!|Hos-tile!
What is pain?!
French bread!
[Boone] Whatis fatigue?!
Army clothes!
Will you ever quit?!
We want some mo'!|We want some mo'!
We want some mo'!
Turn in!
[Rhythmic Panting]
Let me askyou something,|Mr. Campbell.
What kind ofpower|you got?
Oh, man, you know|I got some soul power.
What kind ofpower|you got?
What kind ofquestion|is that?
I got soul power!
- Yes, you do!|- Right on!
Let me askyou something|now, Mr. Bertier.
How strong areyou?
I'm too strong!
- What?!|- I'm too strong!
- How strong?|- Too strong!
I want a victory!
Oh, I want a victory!
I want a victory!
No, I want a victory!
You all want a victory?!
[ All ]|Yeah!
You all want a victory?!
[All Cheering]
[Titans]!! Good-bye!!
! Na na na na !
! Hey, hey, hey!
! Good-bye !
[Rev] Let me|hearyou!
Up in the front!|Up in the front!
Whole school!
[Titans]!!Hey, hey, hey!!
What'd they do up there,|brainwash 'em?
They must be high|on somethin'.
[Titans]!!Na nanana!!
!!Hey, hey, hey!!
Hey, Mom.
Oh, welcome home.
Dad.|Ah, ha ha.
Mmm-ah! Howyou doin',|sweetheart?
Oh, I missed you|so much.
Hey, man.|Like, are we cool?
Yeah, we're cool, man.
Mrs. Boone,|nice to meetyou.
You, too.
Yeah, this is, uh,|little Karen.
This is Nicky.|Nicky, that's Sheryl.
Why doyou dress|so weird?
Lookwho's talking.
[Sheryl] Ow.
Well, we'rejust all|getting along, aren't we?
We don't wantyou!
Get out!
We don't want them here!
!! Timehas come today!!
!! Young hearts|cango their way!!
!! Can'tputitoff|anotherday!!
Whatyou doin'|to my school, boy?
Man, this stuff|is messed up.
Yeah,|anything serious happen,
they shut the school down,
and our season|go down the drain.
This here's|real messed up.
But there are a lot|ofprettywomen here.
Look at 'em, Gerry.
Theyhate us.
Nah.Just a bad day.|Things'll cool down.
No, Gerry. They're|always gonna hate us.
We don'tneedyouhere,|either, hippie boy.
You hear|what he said?
Hey, man.
Man, it's crazy|out here, man.
Yeah, well,|what did you expect?
I don't know. I ain't quite|expect it to be like this.
Ah, sorry.Julius,|this is Emma.
!!Nowthe timehas come!!
!! Time!!
Camp overnow, huh?
Back to the real world,|Bertier.
[ulius] This is what|they're integrating us for?
We'dhave beenbetteroff|staying where we were.
!! Time!!
!! Time!!
Yeah, this is|my sanctuary right here.
All this hatred and turmoil|swirling around us,
but this...|this is always right.
Victory and defeat.
It'sjust a game, Doc,|but...
I love it.
Coach, I'm afraid I've putyou|into a no-win situation.
I just found out the board|didn't even think
you'd make it out ofcamp.
And now thatyou have,
I've learned that|at the fi rst sign oftrouble--
Trouble?|What kind oftrouble?
Lose a game...
they'll fi reyou
and turn it back over|to Yoast.
One game,|just like that?
Whataboutmy family?
Wejust got here.
Theyjust expect me|to pick up and move?
What about my girls?
I--I don't know|what to say, I...
I'm sorry, Coach.
! Pump, pump,|pump it up! !
! Pump, pump,|pump it up! !
! Pump that Titan spirit up! !
Look at 'em.
They come here|to watch the game,
and they still don't|want no part ofus.
! Give us more !
! Doyour stuff,|let's go! !
[Boone]Allright,|everybody on their feet.
On your feet, on your feet.|Let's go, let's go.
[Boone Clapping]
[Boone]Listen up.
I'm notgonna talk|toyou tonightabout...
winnin' and losin'.
You're alreadywinners,
'causeyou didn't|kill each other up at camp.
[Boone]|Tonight, we gotHayfiield.
Likeall the otherschools|in this conference,
they're all white.
They don't have|to worry about race.
We do.
[Boone]But we're better|forit, men.
Let me tell you something.|You don't let anything...
come between us.
[Boone]|Nothin'tears us apart.
the titans were greater|even than thegods.
Theyruledtheir universe|with absolutepower.
Well, thatfootball fiield|out there tonight,
that's our universe.
Let's rule it like titans.
Got it!
[Crowd Cheering]
[Players Grunting]
[AnnouncerOn P.A.]|So the Titans defense
takes the fiield|forthe fiirst time
against|the HayfiieldHawks,
ledby quarterback|DanielCullum
on the Hawks|32-yardline.
We're moving like molasses|out there,
for crying out loud!
I mean, come on!
Uhh! Ooh!
Are all white girls|that crazy?
You guys can do|better than that--uhh!
[Player] Yeah!
[Bertier]Huddle up.|Fellas, huddle up.
Bosley? Where's Alan?
Alan, you've got to|stickyour man!
They're gonna score on us|all night ifyou don't--
He's too fast, Gerry.|I can't stickwith him.
[Bertier]|Let's go, let's go!
[Quarterback] 22! Hut!
[Referee|Blows Whistle]
[Announcer]|Touchdown, Hawks!
[Crowd Cheering]
Shape up that|defense, Yoast.
Youjust worry|aboutyour offense.
Hey, they score again,|I'm takin' over.
[Player] That's it!
[Player] Watch him!|Watch him!
[Cheerleaders Cheering]
[Players Grunting]
Petey, get over here!|What areyou doing, son?
You missed the block|by a mile.
You didn't even have the|football to fumble this time.
There's no excuse!|No excuse!
[Boone] You want toplay|football ornot?
Doyou want to|play football--
Boy, get over there|on the bench?
Herb, take over for me.
You got it.
Petey!|You all right?
I was a 2-year starter|at G.W.
All this yelling|he's doing,
it--it don't do nothing|but make me playworse.
I can't play for this man.
You come play|linebacker for me.
23's killing us. I want|you to get out there,
I wantyou|to cover him for me.
- You want me to go in now?|- Yeah.
I can't! I--I...
I haven't practiced|with the defense. I can't.
[Yoast] Thatdoesn'tmatter.|Justgetout there.
I wantyou to cover 23.|That's all you have to do.
[Yoast] We'll talk|about therestofit
when we|put this oneaway.
You thinkYoast is trying to|let them score on purpose?
Oh, come on, Herman.
[Yoast] OK, let's go.
What is Petey|doing in there?
[Doc]Looks like Yoast|is trying him outon defense.
He's taking Alan out.|Yoast!
Herman, Herman, Herman.
Come on. Let's see.|Let's see what happens.
It might be all right.
It's OK. You're OK.|You're OK. OK.
Don'tyou take out|my son!
He's gettin' beat like he|stole somethin', Mr. Bosley.
Youjust stay|out ofit, girl!
He'sjust getting beat,|that's all I'm saying.
[Quarterback] Set! 22!|Hut hut!
- Yeah!|- Ha!
!!Ah, yeah!!
[Quarterback]|Hut!Hut, hut!
!!Doo doo|dootdootdoot!!
!!Doo doo doot!!
!!Doo doo doot!!
!!Doo doo|dootdootdoot!!
!!La oohhoo!!
[Crowd Cheering]
Go, Defense.
!!Drummer, keep itgoing!!
!!Righton time!!
[Crowd Cheering]
[Referee|Blows Whistle]
Yeah! Uhh!
[Announcer] Touchdown!|Game, Titans!
[Petey] Yeah!
The Titans are here, y'all,|and we ain't goin' nowhere.
Yo, you got to be loud|all the time, man?
Virginia|can hearyou, baby.
I think they all heard|you fumble, man.
First ofall, the hand.|Second ofall, who won the game?
My dad is--
Don't worry about it.|It's notyour fault.
They--they like|to show off,
and that's what they do.
Wait, wait, wait.|''They''?
Yeah. What?
I heard you say ''they.''
Yeah, they. Them.|Them over there.
But whatyou mean by ''they''--|you talking about Pete--
[Bertier] You'reyou,|andtheyare them.
[Horn Honks]
[Emma] Gerry.
[Man]Hey, Gerry.|Hop in, buddy.
We're heading over|to the hill, Gerry.
Everyone's|gonna be there.
Why don'tyou hang out|down here with us?
We're, you know.
What areyou trying|to do, Gerry?
[Bertier]Listen, when|something unexpectedcomes,
youjust got to pick it up|and run with it.
I'm not running in the same|direction as you are, Gerry.
Come with us.
[Emma]Look, standing up|for whatyoubelieve in,
it's all wellandgood,|but...
you gotyour priorities|real mixed up this time.
Areyoucomin'|ornot, man?
!! The wayyoustole myheart!!
!! Youknow, youcouldhave|beena coolcrook!!
!!And, baby,|you're sosmart!!
!! Youknow, youcouldhave|beenaschoolbook!!
[Girls Giggling]
Come on, man.
No, man.
What, man? It's on me, man.|We party on. Let's go.
Look--look here, man,|all right?
This here's Virginia.|All right?
They got problems with,|you know--
They don't want us|in there, man.
Oh, man, that's history, bro.|It's on me. Come on.
!! Withoutyou!!
We're full tonight, boys.
What? There's tables|all over the place, man.
What areyou|talking about?
Well, this is|my establishment.
I reserve the right|to refuse service to anybody.
Yeah, thatmeans|you, too, hippie boy.
Now, y'all want|somethin' to eat,
you can take these boys|out back
and pick it up|from the kitchen.
What'd I tell you,|man?
Yo, come on, Petey, man!
Petey,|I didn't know, man.
I told you! Whatyou|mean you didn't know?!
You think I was|playing with you?!
Man, he didn't know,|Petey.
Blue, he don't|want to know.
You pull some crap|like that,
you better be able|to back it up.
Man,|let's go, man.
Why don'tyou|cool out? Cool out!
Let's go, Rev.
[Blue]Man,|let's go, man.
What happened?
This man acting|a fool tonight, man.
Man, don't even talk|to that man, man.
He acting all crazy|and stuff, man.
[Blue]He knowtheman's|from outoftown.
5 times--5 times,|player ofthe week.
He's not some|walk-on scrub, Yoast.
Theboy's aplayer.|He's astar.
Andhebusted|his buttforyou.
This is all your doing,|you blacks.
That is enough.
It's my call.
Youjust go on|home now, Fred,
beforeyou do something|thatyou're going to regret.
[Sighs]|Yeah, well...
I guess we won't be seeing|much ofhim, huh?
I will.
He's on the deacon|board with me.
Allright,|listen, aboutPetey...
no thanks required,|Coach.
You challenged|my authority
in front ofthe entire|football team, Coach.
Now, you thinkyou're|doing theseboys a favor
taking them aside every time|Icome down on them,
protecting them|from big bad Boone.
You're cutting my legs|from under me.
Some ofthe boys|just don't respond well
to public criticism.
I tell them|what theyneedtoknow,
butIdon't|humiliate them
in frontofthe team.
Which boys areyou|talking about?
Which ones|you talking about?
Icome down on Bertier.|Idon'tseeyoucoddle him.
Come down on Sunshine.
Don't seeyou grab his hand,|take him off to the side.
Which boys|areyou talking about?
Now, I may be a mean cuss,
but I'm the same|mean cuss
with everybody out there|on that football field.
The world|don't give a damn
about how sensitive|these kids are--
Especially|theyoung black kids.
Youain'tdoing|thesekids a favor
bypatronizing them.
You're crippling them.
You're crippling them|for life.
[Kids Chattering]
Gerry,|what areyou doing?
I'm going down|to the Berg.
The Berg?
What areyou doing|at the Berg?
I'm going toplay|basketball withJulius.
Then we're going to|comeback here fordinner.
Gerry, ifyour father|was still alive--
Ma, would--
Just give him a chance.|Just get to know him.
Listen to him|for 2 seconds.
I don't want|to get to know him.
You are coming to church|with your mother.
[Crowd Cheering]
Right, right, right!
He's mine!
[Referee Blows Whistle]
[Player] Youblew|yourassignment!
Man, I'm covering foryou.|Don't get in my face.
Yo, cool out.|Cool out.
Whereyou at?
What planet|you on tonight?
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
I mean, it's fi ne, man.
I knewyou was going|to stand me up.
I figured you weren't|going to make out
to the Berg, no way.
I knewyou was all talk,
but nowyou|making us look bad
out there on the field.
Don't talk to me, man.
You ain't got nothing|to say to me.
Why the clouds,|Sunshine?
I can't make|that pitch, Petey.
You ain't gonna|never play anyway,
unless we're up|by 50 points.
And seeing as how|we ain't never gonna be
up by no 50 points,
you might as well|just sit back, relax,
and enjoy the bench.
How's it going, yo?
Man, I didn't sign up|to play like this.
These guys we're playing|got no heart.
We play like this|against Groveton,
we're going down.
[Boone] OK, Offense.|Offense, let's go.
[Players Shouting]
[Referee Blows Whistle]
[Announcer]|Touchdown, Titans!
Game, Titans!
Howyou doing, Coach?
Good morning.
Where's your dad?
He's in his office.
[Boone]|Nicky, youallright?
Yes, Daddy.
Whatyou doing?
Shooting some hoops.
Want to play?
I just did my nails.
Coach--ahem--|ifyou don't need me,
I'm going to--
[Tyrell]I'm going|to waitoutback.
[Yoast]Allright, Herb.
Coach Boone, to what|do Iowe this surprise?
Have a seat.
I'll get straight to it.
We won't survive|another game
like the one we played|last Friday,
so I spoke to Mr. Vernon|the math teacher,
asked him to look at|the game fi lm from Groveton,
who we got next week.
Iaskedhim|toanalyze itforme.
Every coach has|certain tendencies--
All ofthem|except Ed Henry.
The only time|we'd be seeing Ed Henry
is at the state|championship.
Well, gosh, this is...
this is great stuff--
Every quarter|broken down,
howmany times theyrun|eachplay. Imean--
You like that, huh?
We'll be very tough|defensivelywith this.
I think so.
I brought Nicky by.
She was asking me|about Sheryl.
I'm getting|ready to takeherover
tosome of|herfriends'house.
Anytimeyou want to|bring her by the house,
we'd be more than|happy to have her.
!!!![Rock Guitar]
[Girl #1]|Oh, he's so cute.
[Girl #2]He's in|my thirdperiodclass.
[SchoolBell Rings]
Whaty'all staring|at old Sunshine for?
I'm the one dominating|on the field.
He ain't played|a minute all year.
Who cares|about the field?
Well, I don't want to be|the one to breakyour heart,
but Sunshine's|from California.
Yeah. A California|dreamboat.
Sunshine|is from California.
He's a Californian--
You talking|to my girl?
I don't see any|livestock around here,
so I don't know what|you talkin' 'bout.
[Boy]It's a fiight!
[Girl]|Guys, stop it!
[Petey]|Getoffme. Getoffme.
[Boy] Hey!
[Petey] You wantsome?
Hey, hey, break it up.
[Petey] Getyourhands|offme, man!
Hey, getoffme!
Come here, man.
Petey, get these girls|out ofhere.
Get out ofhere!
Uncle Tom traitor!
Uncle Tom!
I knowyou didn't call me|no Uncle Tom.
Y'all better|back off me now, man.
Go! Move!
Looks likeyou went|to the zoo
and made some|new friends, Bertier.
[Bertier]|Oh, big smart guy, huh?
[Tyrell]Marie|has askedaboutSheryl.
Wantedtoknowifshe could|come overandspendthenight.
I told her I'd run it byyou,|see whatyou thought.
She's over|at the Boones' tonight.
I was going to swing by
on myway home|and pick her up.
Over at the Boones', huh?
So that's the way|it is, huh?
Yeah, you haven't|changed a bit.
You was the one trying|to please everybody,
be the nice guy.
Sooner or later,|a man's got to pick sides.
As forme, well, I'm--|I'm notgoing toputmyself
- through the rest ofthe season|with that uppity--|- Hey.
I broughtyou here.
I wantyou with me,
butyou got to do|whatyou got to do.
That's all|you can say to me
after all|we've been through?
Do whatyougot to do?
Hey, Herb--
You go to hell.
[Film ProjectorRunning]
[Sheryl] That veer's|getting better.
I'lladmit that.
Butyou're still weak|on theleftside.
We're not weak|on the left side.
Wejust got to work harder|on the left side, that's all.
- That's not the problem.|- What is the problem?
You think it is, but it ain't.|It's your pass reads.
It's not--|It's a run anyway.
It's not a pass.|The veer is a run.
All right, you two,|that's enough ofthat.
Sheryl, don'tyou want|to playwith Nicky?
I hate playing|with dolls.
I'm not playing.|I'm accessorizing.
Yeah, why don'tyou|go accessorize?
Don'tyou want to go|accessorize with--
[Man]|Hey, ''Coach Coon!''
[Children Yelling]
In the back.|In the back.
[Nicky Crying]|Mommy!
[Man Shouts]
[Dog Barking]
Where's Coach, man?
What do he want|with us now?
Coaches ain't called|this meeting tonight.
We did.
We outta here.
[ulius] Y'allgonna|walk outonyour teammate?
He say he got|something to say.
Y'all got|to listen to him.
Turn around,|turn around.
Whereyou going?|Turn around.
Coach Boone brought us|this far, y'all,
but he ain't going to be|there for us forever, man.
So what?|We won a few games.
And y'all fools|think that's something?
Man, that ain't|nothing, y'all.
Andyouknow whatelse?
We ain'tnothing, either.
Yeah, we came together|in camp. Cool.
But then|we're right back here,
and the world tells us
that they don't want us|to be together.
We fallapart
like we ain'ta damnbit|ofnothing, man.
Andy'all think|we done wonsomething?
Man, we ain't won|nothing, y'all--
[Lastik]Rev, what's|thatyou're always
telling me|when Igetsick
oftrying to keep up|with my grades and stuff?
! Even youths !
! Grow tired and weary!
! Even young men|stumble and fall !
! But those who trust|in the Lord !
!Will renew|their strength !
Say amen.
Amen. That's what|I'm talking about.
Amen--amen, right?
That's right, Rev.
[Lastik]|!! They willsoar!!
!! On wings|like eagles!!
! Oh, like eagles, y'all !
! Like eagles, y'all !
!Theywill walk!
!And not grow faint !
[Rev] Yeah.|Can Igetanamen?
[Player] Yeah!
We're playing Groveton|Friday night, y'all.
You all gonna play like|you ain't got no heart?
Doyou all want|a victory?
Doyou all want|a victory?
[Both]|Turn in!
Like I said,
we will not be|intimidated.
We're going to play|football games.
Hatred, violence|will not intimidate us.
[Reporter]Is that|whyyouneed
thestate troopers,|Coach?
Look, I don't need no|John Brown state troopers.
And you can tell whoever|threw this brick
through mywindow
they can come visit me|anytime.
I'll be at home.
I think it's time|you stopped
antagonizing everybody and|learned a little humility.
Humility, huh?
You know, ifyou could|just keepyour mouth shut
and ifyou didn't|brag so much--
I see.|Soyou're blaming me
forwhat happened|last night?
No. I am talking about|setting a good example
for our boys|and for the community.
I don't scratch my head|unless it itches,
and I don't dance unless|I hear some music.
I will not be intimidated.|That'sjust the way it is.
Ifyou want to carry|your sinful pride with you
toyour grave,|that's your business,
But whenyoursins|endangermylittle girl,
it becomes mine.
You think my sins|had something to do
with what happened|last night?
I'm sorryabout what|happenedtoyour daughter,
but maybeyou got|a small taste
ofwhat my girls|go through.
Welcome to my life, Yoast.
[Players Chattering]
[Player]Shh, shh!
[Chattering Stops]
What's going on?
Uh, we wanted|to letyou know
we was going to warm up
a little different|tonight.
[Announcer] This is the fiirst|true testoftheseason
forthe undefeated|T. C. Williams Titans,
'cause tonight,|they're going up against
the undefeated|Groveton Lions.
Theirall-statenoseguard|Kip Tyler
is as meanas|a copperheadsnake.
Andhere come|the Titans.
They'replaying in front|ofa capacity crowd
forthe fiirst time|this season.
[Titans]|! Ha, real good !
! Hoo, ha, we feel !
! Hoo, ha, real good !
! Hoo, ha, we feel !
! Hoo, ha, real good !
! Hoo, ha, we feel !
! Hoo, ha, real good !
! Hoo, ha, we feel !
! Hoo, ha, real good !
[Titans]|!!Hoo, ha, we feel!!
Julius Campbell
is playing strong side|linebacker.
He's so good.|He's got all-American--
- And Gerry Bertier--|- Sheryl.
I do not care.
[Blue]5, 6!
5, 6, 7, 8!
[Titans]|! Everywhere we go !
! Everywhere we go !
! People wanna know !
! People wanna know !
!Who we are !
!Who we are !
! So we tell them !
! So we tell them !
[Titans]|!! We are the Titans!!
!! We are the Titans!!
!The mighty, mighty|Titans !
!The mighty,|mightyTitans !
[Titans]|!! Ooh, ah, oh, yeah!!
!! Ooh, ah, oh, yeah!!
Who do they think they are,|the Beatles?
[Titans]|!! Ooh, ah, oh, yeah!!
All right, quit gawking.|Warm up.
Shut 'em up--hard.
[Referee Blows Whistle]
Omaha, Budds, omaha.
[Lastik] Omaha!
[Referee Blows Whistle]
Song's over, Sambo.
[Referee Blows Whistle]
[Players Shouting]
[Crowd] Ohh.
[Player] Yo, man.
Let's go, baby.|Let's go, let's go.
What happened,|Lastik?
I--I audibled.
Rev, I swear to God|I audibled.
- All right, fellas, coming through.|- I didn't hear it.
Swear to God.
[Doctor]Let's|takealookat that, son.
[Rev] Uhh.
Well, he broke a bone|in the wrist.
He won't be throwing|any more this season.
[Rev] Ahh.
You got one minute,|Coach.
Take the other|time-out, Coach.
Ronnie Bass!
Coach, Rev's|going back in, right?
Not at quarterback, son.
I can't make|that pitch, Coach.
Yes, you can.
When I was 1 5 years old,
I lost my mother|and my father
in the same month, Ronnie--|the same month.
1 2 brothers and sisters.|I was theyoungest one,
but theywere all|looking up to me.
Now, I wasn't readyyet,|either, but they needed me.
Your team|needs you tonight.
You're the colonel.
You're going to command|your troops tonight.
- Doyou understand?|- Yes, sir.
Twins right,|48, zero read.
Let's go.
Let's go.
Let's go.
What's the matter?|Haven'tyou ever seen
a football injury before,|you wimps?
[Sunshine]Let's go.|Showsomelife in thoselegs.
I got it. It's going|to be all right.
Budds,|you release this time.
Louie, let him through,|all right?
-Just let him through.|- What?
Trust me.
You had 1 2 brothers|and sisters?
Yeah.|1 2 sounds better.
[Referee Blows Whistle]
[Sunshine]Blue, 21!
Blue, 21!
[Referee Blows Whistle]
Ha ha ha!
[Referee Blows Whistle]
[Player] Whoo!
That's a penalty!
On the quarterback? Are|you kidding me, Coach?
!!Na nanana!!
Whoo-hoo-hoo!|Did you see that, man?
That's a bad|white boy, man.
!!Na nanana!!
!!Hey, hey, hey!!
!! Good-bye!!
We've got ourselves|a football player.
!!Na nanana!!
!!Hey, hey, hey!!
-!! Good-bye!!|- Uhh!
!!Na nanana!!
!!Hey, hey, hey!!
!!It's allright!!
!! Give it tome|one time, hey!!
!!Na nanana!!
!!Hey, hey, hey!!
!! Good-bye!!
All right, listen up,|listen up, listen up.
Listen up, listen up.|Listen up.
[Cheering Stops]
Game ball--
Ronnie Bass.
Hey, this ball|right here...
hey, this ball|right here
goes to the real king|right here.
Thanks for teaching me|the veer, Rev.
Aw, come on.
[Titans] Rev! Rev! Rev!
- Rev! Rev! Rev!|- Ow!
Rev! Rev! Rev!
[Rev] Whoa, whoa, whoa.|Come on.
Can I speakwith you|in private?
[Rev]|Whoa, whoa, whoa.
What's on|your mind, son?
I want Ray|off the team, Coach.
You know my policy,|Gerry.
Yes, I do,
and I respect it,
I know that Ray missed|that block on purpose.
Sometimes youjust got|to cut a man loose.
Well,|you're the captain.
You make a decision,
butyou support|your decision.
[Player#1] We're going to|rememberthis foralong time.
[Player#2]|Hey, guys, waitup.
I want to catch|aride withyou.
[Player] Oh, man,|nota word.
You're out.
I'm not going to letyou|play for this team anymore.
Oh, yeah,Jerry Lewis?
Going to go|and tell ''Coach Coon''
what to do|just like last time?
But, then, that's right.
He is your daddy now,|isn't he?
Boone don't cut anybody.
Remember, Gerry?
I had you cut, Ray.
You're willing|tojust throw away
our friendship for them?
You can keep them.
!!Now, I've beenhappylately!!
!! Thinkin'about|thegoodthings to come!!
!!Somethinggood|has begun!!
!! Oh, I've been|smilin'lately!!
Heck ofa gameyou boys|played last night.
Thankyou, Officer.
Best defense I've seen|in 20 years.
!!Peace train!!
Tell thatcoach ofyours
tokeep up thegoodwork.
Oh. Oh, yeah.|I'll--I'll do that.
!!Now, I've been|smilin'lately!!
!! Thinkin'about|thegoodthings to come!!
[Bertier] Yo, man,|your taxihadasiren.
Hey, man,|what's going on?
Doing allright.
!!Ride on thepeace train!!
!! Come on thepeace train!!
!!Justcome on|thepeace train!!
!! Yes,|it's thepeace train!!
[FemaleAnnouncer]|This songgoes out
to the undefeated Titans.
This cityis alive|with schoolspirit.
Goget 'em, Titans!|Whoo!
!!Saturdaynight|I was downtown!!
!! Workin'forthe F.B.I. !!
!!Sittin'in anest|ofbadmen!!
!! Whiskeybottles|piling high!!
!!Apair of.45s|made me openmy eyes!!
!!My temperjuststarted|torise!!
!!She was along cool woman|in ablack dress!!
!!Just-a5'9 ',|beautiful, tall!!
!! Withjustonelook|I was abadmess!!
!! 'Cause thatlong cool woman|haditall!!
!! Whoo!!!
!! Ooh!!
[Man] We are|here tonight tohonormen
thatare teaching|ouryoungpeople
leadership on and off|the field
and high moral standards|as well.
Ladies andgentlemen,
letmeintroduce toyou|the 1971 Hall ofFamenominees.
Come on, Daddy.
When we playedJefferson,
we were down by 4|with 1 0 seconds left.
So we blitzed the safety|from the weak side...
Heck ofa season|the Titans are having, Coach.
Too bad it's got to end.
Oh, we're still in it,|Lyle.
Taber's boys|are pretty good,
but I thinkwe'll take|'em in the regional.
Well, not ifwe have anything|to say about it.
Youjust leave this|to us, Bill.
Boone's out, and you're|head coach again.
And all roads lead|to the Hall of Fame.
[Reporter] Coach Taber?
What doyou think|ofthe Titans, Coach?
Thinkyou have a chance|against that defense
they have over there|at T.C.?
[Coach Blows Whistle]
[Taber] Ton, Billy, Ray,|come on overhere.
Boys. Theseare|myall-American tackles.
Prize bulls|who don't do nothin'
but knock the chocolate|out offolks.
[Reporter]Is it true|you're notgonna trade fiilms
with Coach Boone?
I'm not gonna do anything|to help that monkey.
[Doc] Well...
what are we going|to do about this?
We're gonna get ready|for Saturday.
Seeyou out there|on the field.
[Referee Blows Whistle]
[Boone]|Hey, Mr. Offiicial.
Mr. Official, can I talk|toyou for a second?
Back off, Coach, ifyou|want to stay in this game.
[Referee Blows Whistle]
I've got holding|on 78 white.
Areyou trying to cheat|my boys out ofthe game?
1 5 moreyards.
Let 'emplay,|Ref, let 'emplay.
Let 'em play!|Let the boys play!
Coach, come on.
[Boone] Cheater!
[Doc] Coach.
[Cheerleaders Cheering]
Go, go, go, go!
[Blows Whistle]
[Sheryl] Oh, come on!|What was that?!
What areyou, blind?
[Sheryl]|That wasn'tahold.
Oh, come on, that was|such a bad call.
[Titan] Give him|apiece ofyourmind!
I know all about it,|Titus.
What areyou|talking about, Bill?
You call this game fair,
or I'll go|to the papers.
I don't care|ifI go down with ya,
but before God,|I swear I'll see
every last one ofyou|thrown injail.
You dig your own grave.
Defense! On me!
OK, Petey, don'tyou drift|to the strong side.
Coach, they're callin' a holding|penalty on me every time.
Did I ask|foryour excuses?
[Yoast] You want toact|likeastar,
you better give me|a star effort,
Forget about him!
[Yoast]Alan, you're in!
Come on!
All right, now,
I don't want them|to gain anotheryard.
[Yoast] Youblitzallnight!
Ifthey cross|the line ofscrimmage,
I'm gonna take|every last one ofyou out.
they remember forever
the night they played|the Titans.
[Titans Shouting]
[Referee Blows Whistle]
Leave no doubt!
[Titan] Come on, y'all!|Swing itleft!
All right! All right!|All right!
Set! Hut!
[Referee Blows Whistle]
You better makeyourself|comfortable down there.
[Blows Whistle]
[Referee Blows Whistle]
You did good!
That one was|foryou, Coach.
All right, baby.|All right.
You brought us here,|Coach.
Run it up, Herman!
Leave no doubt!
!!Music's inyour city, too!!
!!Music's gettin'goodtome!!
!!Butnow, don'tya,|Isaiddon'tya!!
!!Don'tyou want|togethigher?!!
Hut hut!
!! Yeah!!
!!Don'tyou want|togethigher?!!
!!Baby, baby,|letmelightyour fiire!!
!! Oohha,|little bithigher!!
Good game.
Good game.
Good game.
Coach. Coach.
I took a straw poll.
Youjust lostyourself|the Hall of Fame.
[Bertier]|Goodgame, y'all.
[Boone]|Hey, goodjob, 43.
Goodjob.|Goodjob, men.
Goodjob.|Hey, way to stick.
Good game, Coach.
[Girl] Titans!
What happened|out there, man?
Come on,|talk to me, Petey.
I'm so proud ofyou.
[Laughing]|Comehere, man.
Don't move.
Go on.|It's OK.
- Man.|- What's up, man?
Let's get out ofhere.
Let's go paint the town|or something.
Let's go. Let's go.
I--I got to hang|with my girl tonight.
I got to hang|with her tonight.
All right, all right.
Whereyou going?
I don't know.
I--I don't know,|but I'm gonna go. All right?
- You gonna go?|- Yeah, man.
I want to go, man, butyou|know what I mean, man.
I know.|I'll seeya.
Looks like|you weren't the one
with the mixed-up|priorities, huh?
I think it's gonna|take me a little longer
than you might like.
But, um...
I just wanted you to know|that I'm gonna try.
Good-bye, Gerry.
Make me a promise?
You'll be there|to root for us
when we play Marshall|for the title?
!!!![Folk Guitar]
I know how much|it meant toyou.
I ain't gonna lie.
I wanted the Hall|of Fame real bad.
[Sniffes]|Just plain oldjealousy.
As old as Cain and Abel.
Youknow what?
I wanted it, too.
But there's always nextyear|or theyear after that.
As long as it takes|for them to wise up.
Wouldn't want it now|anyway.
Bunch ofol' rednecks.
!! ThatI thought|wouldneverend!!
!!I've seenlonely times!!
Let's knock 'em dead|at state, Coach.
Daddy! You're home!
My girls! Mmm-ah!
Give me a kiss.|Mmm-ah!
Congratulations, Herman.
All right. Mmm.
What'd I tell you,|baby, huh?
Yeah, we can't get too|far ahead ofourselves.
We still got to get|Ed Henry and Marshall.
We got all these--
[Man] You've doneagoodjob,|Coach Boone!
[Neighbors Cheering]
!!Mybody's achin'!!
!!Andmy timeis athand!!
!!I won'tmakeit|any other way!!
Well, I'll be|John Brown.
[Nicky] We cleanedup|thekitchen, Daddy,
soyou could get|right to work.
You did?
Well,|I got news foryou.
I ain't workin' tonight.
Tonight,|we're gonna celebrate.
We're gonna|let these people know
who's gonna win state.
- Right?|- Right!
- Right?!|- Right!
- Right?!|- Right!
- Right?!|- Right!
[Boone] Everybody!
[Nicky]|We're gonna win state!
!!ButIalways thought|thatI'dseeyouagain!!
[Nicky]|We're gonna win state!
!! Oh, I've seen fiire,|andI've seenrain!!
!!I've seensunny days!!
!! ThatI thought|wouldneverend!!
!!I've seenlonely times!!
!! When Icouldnot|fiinda friend!!
!!ButIalways thought|thatI'dseeyou!!
[Boy]Hey, Gerry!|Youman!
No, you!|No, you, you!
You! Yeah!
!! ThoughtI'dseeyou|onemore timeagain!!
[Boy] Oh, shoot! Gerry!|Areyou OK?
[Horn Blaring]
Howyou doin', son?
He ain't all right?|He all right?
He's, uh...
How's he doing?
Not too good.|Not too good.
How well is he doing?
How bad is it?
How bad is it?
He's paralyzed|from the waist down.
Don't say that to me.|Don't say that to me.
Sorry, Mrs. Bertier.
I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
[Sniff ing]
He doesn't want to see|anybody butyou,Julius.
Yes, ma'am.
You be strong.
Yes, ma'am.
Those tears are not gonna|make my boywalk again.
Only kin's allowed in here.
Alice, areyou blind?
Don'tyou see|the family resemblance?
That's mybrother.
All right.
Oh, man.
Well, you think|I look banged up,
you should see my Camaro.
Man, I sure|am sorry, man.
I should have|been there with you.
What areyou|talking about?
You would've been in that bed|right next to me.
You can't be hurt|like this.
You--you're Superman.
I was afraid ofyou,|Julius.
Ionlysaw|whatI was afraidof.
And now I know I was|only hating my brother.
I'll tell you what,|though.
Um, when all this|is over...
me and you are|gonna move out
to the same|neighborhood together.
OK? And, um...
and we'll get old,|and we'll get fat.
And there ain't gonna be|all this black-white
between us.
[Chuckles]|Left side.
Strong side.
Good morning.
Good morning.
Uh, the Marshall fi lm.
Well, that's good.
We're gonna have|to be real sharp
on the offensive|and defensive sides
ofthe football.
Figure we give|the kids
a couple ofextra|practices this week,
make sure|they stay focused.
Got a press conference|today at 1 2 noon.
Press conference?
Listen, what we do here|amongst ourselves is one thing,
but we are not gonna|parade around
talking about football|at a time like this.
Hold on. I'm not talking|about parading.
I'm talking about|going out there,
presentin' a strong,|united front.
Now, I'm hurtin'...
just likeyou are,|Yoast,
but the season|is not overyet.
I did--We did not|come this far
tojust break down|and lose now.
Everything's not always|about winning and losing.
I'm a winner.
I'm going to win.
Is this even about|football anymore?
Or is itjust aboutyou?
[Reporter]|Coach Boone...
Uh, Coach,|youlostBertier...
Isyour defense|in trouble?
You cannot replace|a Gerry Bertier...
as aplayerorperson.
I don't know, Mama.
Maybe Yoast was right.
Maybe I pushed 'em|too hard.
Gerry had an accident.
Sometimes life's|just hard.
For no reason at all.
You think I was blinded|by my own ambition?
Mm. Whatever kind|ofambition it took
to do whatyou did|around here...
this world could use|a lot more ofit, Herman.
[Bertier]Hey, Coach.
[Titans] Hey, Coach.
[Yoast] Howyou doing?
This for me?
I wantyou to be my eyes|out there, all right?
[Bertier]|Any oftheseguys slack off,
You bet I will.
Howyou doing, Gerry?
I'm allright, Coach.
I wasjust talking|to these guys about Marshall,
trying to get 'em--
You don't need to talk|about football now.
I think this is a good|time for refection
and for prayer--
I'm hurt.
I ain't dead.
No, you're not.
[Chuckling]|No, you're not.
You know, I've been,|uh, reading up
on theactivities|that theygotforpeople
in wheelchairs andsuch.
They got Olympics.
[Crowd Cheering]
[Announcer]|This is thegranddaddy
ofstatehigh schoolfootball|championships.
The Virginia triple 'A. ''
We have|Coach Herman Boone's Titans
vs. thelegend, EdHenry,
with over250 wins|in 30years.
[Boone] Amen.
[Titans] Amen.
[Titan] Let's go!
Lastik,|what's the matter?
I'm eligible.
Well, um, I'm glad|to hear that, son,
but I'm already married.
I got a C-plus average,|Coach.
[Sniffes]|I'm going to college.
[Chuckling]|All right, fantastic.
Coach? Coach?
I just want|to say I'm sorry.
You abandoned your team|in their moment ofneed, Petey.
''Sorry'' won't make up|for that.
Yeah, I know, but...
listen, I want|to play foryou.
I want to play|for the championship.
You can play for me|nextyear.
You sit on that bench.
Show meyou can support|your teammates.
You'll start again|as a senior.
[Announcer]|Entering thestadium now
isJean Bertier.|Now, she's themother
ofinjuredall-American|linebacker, Gerry Bertier.
[Announcer]|Andthe Titan fans
are reallygiving her|a warm reception.
[Crowd Chanting]|Gerry! Gerry! Gerry!
Gerry! Gerry! Gerry!
Gerry! Gerry! Gerry!
Gerry! Gerry! Gerry!
Gerry! Gerry! Gerry!
Gerry! Gerry! Gerry!
[Fans On TV]|Gerry! Gerry! Gerry!
[Announcer]Andhere come|the Titans,
entering thestadium
in what's become|their own uniquestyle.
!We feel,|hoo, hah, real good !
! Hoo, hah, we feel !
! Hoo, hah, real good !
! Hoo, hah, we feel !
! Hoo, hah, real good !
! Hoo, hah, we feel !
! Hoo, hah, real good !
! Hoo, hah, we feel !
! Hoo, hah, real good !
[Crowd Cheering]
[Emma]Julius Campbell?
[Cheerleaders Cheering]
Hi, I'm Emma Hoyt.
Oh. Oh, I guess|we never met, huh?
Uh, excuse me, young lady.|You can't be here right now.
[Doc] Yougonnahave|togetback toyourseat.
Well, now we've met.
Yeah.|It's nice to meetyou.
Good luck,Julius.
2! 21 !
[Titan] Whoa! Wait!
What the hell's going on?
Who do they|think they are,
the New YorkJets?
Get 9!
[ulius] Get9!|Bosley, move!
Move itup!Line up!|GetBosley! Get9!Get9!
All right, let's go!
Hut hut!
[Referee Blows Whistle]
Real good.
Keep it up.|Shotgun rush.
[Yoast] Cover3!|Go to cover3!Pass!
[Referee Blows Whistle]
Put some pressure|on that QB.
They got all day|to throw, Coach.
Youjust worry|aboutyour offense.
[Titan]Let's go!|Swing it!Swing it!
[Lineman]|Getset! Getset!
[Referee Blows Whistle]
[Nurse]|What's wrong, Gerry?
[Bertier]|Donotcomein here!
They got receivers|everywhere out there.
It's like watching|Monday NightFootball.
Good hustle, good hustle,|good hustle.
Just give him|a little cushion.
And when they throw|that ball, you stick him.
- Ready?|- Break!
[Sunshine]Red, 57!
Red, 57!
Hut! Hut hut!
[Referee Blows Whistle]
[Announcer]|Titans starquarterback,
Ronnie Bass, gains 6yards.
Whatyou think? You|thinkwe got a chance?
Got to give me some way|to disguise that coverage.
Let's start thinking|about it. Let's go.
[Referee Blows Whistle]
[Referee Blows Whistle]
They're a mile|ahead ofus.
He's a mile ahead|ofyou, Coach.
Ifyour defense|would stop somebody,
we'd get the ball|a little more.
[Announcer] Well, the Titans|gave 'em ascare,
butEdHenrylooks|supremely confiident.
T. C. Williams|goes in at thehalf
trailing 7-0.
[Sheryl] Coach!
You better get back|toyour seat.
I can't, Coach.|What?
Ed Henry's got Boone's|number, sure as shootin'.
And you ain't doin' nothin'|against that shotgun.
Look, Coach...
now ain't the time|to be proud.
It's all right.|We're in a fight.
You boys are doing|all thatyou can do.
Anybody can see that.
Win or lose...
we gonna walk out|ofthis stadium tonight
with our heads held high.
Doyour best.
That's all anybody|can ask for.
No, it ain't, Coach.
With all due respect, uh,|you demanded more ofus.
You demanded perfection.
Now, I ain't saying that|I'm perfect, 'cause I'm not.
And I ain't gonna never be.|None ofus are.
But we have won every single|game we have played till now.
So this team is perfect.
We stepped out on that field|that way tonight.
And, uh, ifit's all the same|toyou, Coach Boone,
that's how|we want toleave it.
[Yoast] Yeah.
I hopeyou boys have learned|as much from me this year
as I've learned from you.
You've taught this city how|to trust the soul ofa man
rather than the look ofhim.
And I guess it's about time|I joined the club.
Herman! I sure could|useyour help.
Ed Henry's kicking my ass|out there.
[Boone] Listen up.|This is our time now.
Second halfis our time!
We gonna make some changes|on defense.
They're spreading us out|too far.
We gonna put Sunshine, Alan,|Glascoe, Davis.
You gonna play both ways,|rest ofthe game.
I don't want a receiver
to get across that line|ofscrimmage.
Coach Yoast will tell you|whereyou're playing, all right?
Let's go. It's our time.|Everybody in.
Our time! Our time!|Our time!
Titans on 3! 1 , 2, 3!
Let's go! Let's go!|Let's go!
All right,Julius.
We're gonna go 52 monster.
I know that's all|you need to know.
All right, we're going|zone, Alan. I need--
Sir, I could play|with Roosevelt.
But I cannot play|with these guys.
No, I tell you what.
I didn't warm the bench|all year
so I could watch us|go down on my account.
Put Petey in.|He's better.
[Yoast] You wanthim|to takeyourspot,
you go give it to him.
Ha ha!|Ha ha ha!
!!!![Rock Guitar]
[Referee Blows Whistle]
All right, Petey!
All right!|That was beautiful!
Offense, let's go.
!! There's aplace up ahead!!
!!AndI'm goin'!!
!!Justas fastas my feet|can fly!!
!! Comeaway, comeaway|ifyou're goin'!!
!!Leave thesinkin'ship|behind!!
!! Come on therisin' wind!!
!! We're goin'up|aroundthebend!!
All right, Defense?|Get out there!
Let's go! Let's stop 'em!
Let's go,|let's go, let's go.
!!Betterget while|thegettin's good!!
!!Hitch aride to the end|ofthehighway!!
!! Where theneons|turn to wood!!
O-2...inside veer.|O-2 inside veer.
!! Come on therisin' wind!!
!! We're goin'up|aroundthebend!!
!! Ooh!!
!! Youcanponder|perpetualmotion!!
[Announcer]A fiieldgoal|attemptfor T. C. Williams.
It's good!
!!Always time|foragoodconversation!!
[Announcer]So they trail|Marshall 7-3,
heading into|the fourth quarter.
Ref. He's lining|up offsides!
Look, 48's offsides!
Freeze right, 99 Z go.
Ref, I knowyou can see him!|You got eyes!
Gun-right, 84, X-fat.
And tell Tommy to watch|the free safety. Go.
Get right in there, Blue.|You know what I'm talking about.
You can't be afraid.
He's offsides!|He's lining up offsides!
Got to hold them here,|Defense!
Hold 'em right here!
Whoa! Pass! Pass!
Let's go, Offense.|Let's go.
[Announcer]|Titans trail Marshall 7-3.
[Announcer]|All Marshallhas to do
is holdon to theball,
andthey willbe|thestate champions.
[Titan] Watch 'em|on the weakside!
On the weak side!
Hold on to that ball,|Petey!
[Yoast]Hold theball!|Hold theball!
[Blows Whistle]
Whoa, whoa, whoa!|Hold on to that ball!
[Yoast]Holdon to thatball!
Holdon to thatball,|Petey!
Ohh, Petey!
Get a time-out!|Time-out!
Coach, they're slanting to|our strong side every time.
You got to catch 'em|in that slant
and let 'em overpursue.
He's ontoyour game.
You got to throw something|at him he's not ready for.
- Rev! Where's Rev?|- Yes, sir.
- All right, listen, you ready to run?|- Yes, sir.
Fake 23 blast...
with a backside|George reverse.
You got that?|Fake 23 blast
with a backside|George reverse.
Likeyour life|depended upon it.
Let's go. Let's go.|Let's go get 'em!
[Announcer]|The Titans take the fiield
with time torun one fiinalplay|forthestate championship.
I thought|he was injured.
I guess not.
Why are they|bringing in a QB.?
[Announcer]|The Titans have 75yards
toget to the endzone.
Oh, my gosh.|I can't watch this.
I can't watch this. No.
What? What?|Sheryl, what's wrong?
No, I can't watch it.
No, it's too bad.|Not now. Not now.
They're gonna throw it deep.|Cover deep!
[Coach Henry] Watch|the deeppass!Coveritdeep!
[Sunshine]|Ready! Set! Hut!
Yeah! Ha ha ha!
Well, that's it, boys.
That's it.
Good season.
It's all right.
Yes! Yes!
Come on.
Congratulations, Coach.
All right.|Thankyou, Coach.
You did a goodjob.|Played a fi ne game.
I know football,
but whatyou did|with those boys...
[Yoast] You were therightman|forthejob, coach!
You're a Hall of Famer|in my book.
Mmm-ah! Whoo!
Whoo!|Hoo hoo hoo!
Aah! Ha!
[Sheryl Narrating] The Titans|dancedtheir wayintohistory.
State champions|andfiirstrunner-up
Second-besthigh schoolteam|in the country.
Gerry Bertier wonagoldmedal|fortheshotput
in the wheelchairgames.
Daddy coachedhim.
10years later,|Gerry died.
Andthat's whatbroughtus|back here today.
Gerryis gone,|buthis spiritlives on.
People say thatitcan't work,|black andwhite.
Well, here we makeit work|every day.
We have our disagreements,|ofcourse.
Butbefore we reach|forhate,
always, always we remember|the Titans.
[Blue]!!Hm hm hm hm!!
!!Hm hm hm hm!!
! Hey, hey, hey!
! Good-bye !
! Na na na na !
! Na na na na !
! Hey, hey, hey!
! Good-bye !
!!Ain'tnomountain high!!
!!Ain'tno valleylow!!
!!Ain'tnoriver wide enough,|baby!!
!!Don't worry, baby!!
!!I'llbe there|in ahurry!!
!! Youdon'thave|to worry!!
!! 'Causebaby there!!
!!Ain'tnomountain|high enough!!
!!Ain'tno valley|lowenough!!
!!Ain'tnoriver|wide enough!!
!! To keep me fromgettin'|toyou, baby!!
!!Rememberthe day!!
!!I toldyou|youcouldalways!!
!! Countonme, darlin'!!
!!From thatday on!!
!!Imade a vow!!
!!I'llbe there|whenyou wantme!!
!!Some way, somehow!!
!! 'Causebaby there!!
!!Ain'tnomountain|high enough!!
!!Ain'tno valley|lowenough!!
!!Ain'tnoriver|wide enough!!
!!Ain'tno valley|lowenough!!
!!Ain'tnomountain|high enough!!
!!Ain'tno valley|lowenough...!!
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